Welcome to the State of California 

Smoking prevalence among California adults, 1984-2010

Smoking prevalence among California adults, 1984-2010

In 1984, 25.9 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1985, 27.7 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1986, 26.6 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1987, 22.4 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1988, 23.7 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1989, 22.1 percent of California adults smoked.

In 1990, 20.4 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1991, 20.2 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1992, 21.0 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1993, 19.2 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1994, 17.6 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1995, 16.9 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1996, 17.8 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1997, 17.4 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1998, 17.5 percent of California adults smoked.
In 1999, 17.1 percent of California adults smoked.

In 2000, 16.3 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2001, 16.4 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2002, 15.8 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2003, 15.4 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2004, 14.6 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2005, 14.0 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2006, 13.3 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2007, 13.8 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2008, 13.3 percent of California adults smoked.
In 2009, 13.1 percent of California adults smoked.

In 2010, 11.9 percent of California adults smoked.

 

Source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) 1984-2010.
The data are weighed to the 2000 California population.
Prepared by: California Department of Public Health, California Tobacco Control Program, April 2011.

 

 
 
Last modified on: 7/12/2011 3:38 PM